The .Net world was pretty late on the uptake with containers. The advent of .Net Core has made it a mainstream pursuit. Once you get into containers there’s frankly no going back to the bad old days of framework-based build and deply…
April 22nd, 2020
If you are working with a lot of “twelve-factor” services then probably, yes. That said, you may get a creeping feeling that Kubernetes was designed to solve problems at a scale that most people never reach…?
January 26th, 2020
“Serverless” containers could help you to avoid the complexity of Kubernetes, but you may struggle to leverage them for anything beyond small, predictable workloads or batch jobs.
February 9th, 2019
There does seem to be growing confusion over what Service Fabric is really for. Is it an orchestrator for microservices? A means of lifting and shifting legacy applications into the cloud? An application development framework?
September 21st, 2018
Starting with version 2.2, ASP.Net Core will make it easier to implement monitoring endpoints that can be used by a Docker HEALTHCHECK command.
September 12th, 2018
Service Fabric does support container-based applications, but it still feels more like an application server than a container orchestrator.
December 3rd, 2017
Azure’s Container Instances provides an easy and quick way to run Docker images without having to learn the various complexities of orchestration platforms such as Kubernetes.
April 12th, 2017
Using Docker with .Net Core is initially straightforward, but to get beyond basic image building you will need to handle more than the simple scenarios demonstrated in quick-start guides.